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THE TIMES-NEW- NEPHI, UTAH. S, MOVING ENTIRE CITY TRY SOME OF THESE FOR DINNER TODAY Local News Items C. H. Grace, was a passenger Salt Lake Tuesday morning. to Geo. O. Ostler, transacted business in Provi Friday, returning home Saturday morning . Thomas Salisbury and son Harvey, went to their ranch at Juab on Wednesday morning's train. f IER. LETTUCE The gigantic task of moving rn n tire city is slowly Hearing completion The city of Hibhlng which had reached 10,000 population with substantial brick buildings and t street car line, Is being moved to i new site to permit the mining of rich deposits of Iron ore upon which I. The photogruph shows a stands. throe-stor- y hotel being moved on steel tractor rollers to New nibbing. CELERY. GREEN ONIONS CABBAGE AND PARSNIPS Reels Rann-do- m THE MUFFLER ENTERPRISE GROCERY CO. 31 North Main Street A Savings Account Protects You Mrs. D. K. Brown, went down to Lynndyl Wednesday where she will visit for a few days with her daugh ter Mrs. "Harry Wilkey. Charles Pitt, was in from his sheep herd Monday.' He reports feed as being good this winter, and sheep generally doing well. CUT-OU- T cut-o- Wright. Wm. G. Bird, returned home Tue sday, after visiting in Logan, Bear River, and other places for the past seven weeks. He said be is glad to get back to Nephi again. Air. and Mrs. S. R. Winn, and son Dean, motored to Salt Lake Monday, the latter being Joined in marriage Wednesday in the Salt Lake Temple to Miss Bertha Nuffer of Preston, Idaho, particulars of which were giv en in our last issue. Nephi National Bank J. H. Latimer was appointed water master for 1921 at the meeting of the Nephi Irrigation Board Monday eve ning. Mr. Latimer will send out the notices for the transferring of water purpose of raising funds to defray A. M. and closed at the hour-o- f sev- to the various field and city ditches the expenses of purchasing and inst en o'clock p. m. . The voting place of all qualified alling an electric light and power in a few days. system and works in the Town of electors of said Town of Levan, Juab NOTICE OP SPECIAL ELECTION, Levan, Juab County, State of Utah, County, State of Utah, shall be at the TOWN OP LEV" AN, JUAB COUN for the purpose of furnishing the County Court House,' in Levan, Juab said Town and the inhabitants there- County, State. TY, STATE OP UTAH, of 'with artlfical light and power." Dated at Levan, Juab O unty, State DO J TUB CUOWTM of Ballot election of At the the form Utah, this 15th day of January, A. an is there immediate WHEREAS,, MOUM THAT D. 1921. and pressing need of raising funds shall be as follows: HAVE lb WALK U BOND ELECTION BALLOT GOOSE HILL AGAIN to defray the expense of purchasing By order of: Board of Trustees of . va. to LIKE WE. DID LAST and installing an electic light and For the Issue of Electric light YES the Town of Levan, Juab County, State of Utah. power system and works in the Town and Power Bonds: By D. BOSH, of Levan, Juab County, State of Utah Against the Issue of Electric NO President for the purpose of furnishing the Attest J. E. Hansen, Town Clerk. said Town and the inhabitants there Light and Power Bonds Signify vote by marking X In square (SEAL) of, with artlfical light and power. First publication Jan. 21st, 1921. NOW THEREFORE, NOTICE IS opposite choice." At said election the 'polls Shan be Last Pub. Feb. 11, 1921. HEREBY GIVEN, that on Tuesday, the 15th day of February A. D.. 1921, opened at thjsour of seven o'clock Thos. H. Burton, Town Attorney a special election will be held within the limits cf said Town of Levan, Juab County, State of Utah, for the purpose of submitting to such quail' fled electors of said Town as shall and Diacover That have paid a property tax therein in Step on the Two Cylinders Have Laid Off for the the year proceeding such election, the following propositions, to wit: Afternoon. Big Reduction in all grades of I Furniture, Coverings and Bedding ; -- ft Cut-o- EY FURNITURE SUPPLY CO. 33 ac who drives on the left side of the road has also been entirely preserved. his arrow-shape- d headincluding piece. is also useful t The muffler cut-oas a means of Informing the driver whether his engine is still in the car or has dropped out through the crank case. Thousands of men drive along In fancied security until they step on the cut-oby accident and. discover that two cylinders have laid off for tells all the afternoon. The cut-oabout this and also causes the engine to stutter like a span of mules with the string halt. In some communities the cut-ois so unpopular that the village con stable Is hired to suppress Its conversation. Various attempts have been made to silence the operation of this device, .but the only one that has been found effective is a fine of $10 and costs and thirty days In the county as much YOU don't use as you do of most other Baking Powders. It has more than ordinary leavening strength. You save about hall You don't pay a big price for It's sold at a (Copyrlsnt.) fl - fail because Calumet never falls below the proven standard of "Beat by Test- sail i'W' ijUf " ,1, S1' MniH -- J) tll'i t wvs. MM'I L..--, lil'i" 4. '"it U it,!1 tlH sw. i ..... . -- a. it .. Ji ""rrin i' i' -- j Nl H1 " H n ll W "" TO BCLLD WELL Nephi Plaster HAS NO EQUAL NEPHI PASTER I1 ,j r"T- - 5 rir - jupopd-SNITE- ? We-havetoi- A our-tongue- AJBSR. BUT A - FAR LESS 6PORHN0W u TO FIGHT I 1 Gasoline Vico Mobiloil - - 37c 25c 30c We handle only Standard Tires lg AND MFG. COMPANY (such as I.)' get can't rise road.we- Last Month for $55 Overhaul We follow the market MlLITANT-rtAR- mm? n J-- WeD." 'lu Largest aad Pmrsxl Natural Deposit of Oypsans la the Wort. When- ladies. February Is The "He Builds Wisely Who Bal.s Z JalL moderate price that represents another saving. You don't feel uncertain as to results, Bakings never iii "QUESTION SUBMITTED" "Shall bonds of the Town of Levan, Juab County, State of Utah, In the sum of Sixteen Thousand ($18,000 .00) Dollars, payable in not to exceed twenty (20) years from the date of their issue, bearing interest at the rate of not to exceed six per cent per annum, interest payable semi-a- n nually, be Issued and sold for the ut ut 'iim I - Call and See Us Calumet Goodrich and United States or neATCvr INTHlf , MAKKrr AS FfttsM AND AS wtrTAl A NOT GENUINE FORD Parts Why pay more for pirate parts --o- Csr Derailed It possesses the highest Quality ever put into a Baking Powder. Contains only such offiingredients as have beenState cially endorsed by United Food Authorities. . For weeks, for months, it keeps as fresh and full of strength as the day It left the Calumet Factories, the World's Largest, most Sanitary and Modern Baking Powder plants. Pound can of Calumet contains full l6os. Some baking powderweome In jjos-inatpa- you grt of 16os.can.Beira a pound when you want It. i AND YOUR WIFE AND YOUR CHILDREN AGAINST FUTURE ADVERSITY. NO MATTER WHAT YOUR DAILY EXPENSES MAY BE GET THE HABIT OK SETTING ASIDE SOMETHING, BE IT EVER SO LITTLE. DEPOSITING IT HERE IS A THAT GUARANTEE IT WILL DltAW INTEREST AND BE SAFE. Mrs. R. J. Henrlod of Magna, and Jones, of Provo, were in Nephi Tuesday attending the funeral of their uncle, the late Thomas is an which enables the automobile to talk out loud. was InUntil the muffler cut-ovented the only thing about an automobile that would talk was money. It became necessary to get up something that would take the owner's mind off the cost of upkeep, hence the cut-owas Introduced, with the result that Its raucous snort may be heard on every country road from coast to coast. The cut-ohas a number of decided advantages, however. When a is coming around strong, lusty cut-oa sharp corner with Its mouth wide open it is not necessary to sound the horn, as Its language can be heard with perfect ease by anybody who is driving in the next township. By the judicious use of this device the life of many a joy rider who could be spared as well as not has been saved to the community, and the speed man!- muffler THE Sheriff Dan Martin, came over from Eureka Wednesday bringing over an inmate for the county infirmary. ' Mrs. Charles By HOWARD L. RANN lcznorzz J. W. Boud left for Salt Lake Tue sday to attend to some business mat ters in that city. ColdCaJW Rsdpe em Yolks of 8 lWcupsof gT soul ated stiff ar, H cup of water, Vi cup of butter, 2V4 cups pastry flour, 3 level tea- spoons Calumet Baking Powder, 1 tablespoon Of vanilla. Thca mix in the reg Ur way. by HsndkarcfcJef. Nine persons were Injured hn a scenic railway car at an amusement park In St, Louis was derailed by a woman's handkerchief, which had been dropped on the track. One car Jumped the track as it ran over the bit of muslin and another car crashed into It Brlghtsn Up Brown Lasthsr. renovator for articles made of brown leather, such as shoes, nultcaies and traveling bag, Is made of two ounces of soft soap, four ouncen of beeowax, two ounces of turpentine oil. and half an ounce of neat's-foo- t Melt the soap, wax and oil together, then remove the mixture from the Are snd ndd the turpentine. Stir weiL When cold apply with a brush. An excellent ALL INTELLIGENT, ENERGETIC MEN and womti know of the stren- gth building nourishment of Tislr wholesome meats. -first snss directs them to the santary shop whose quality meats and courteous service encourage thlr appetites and whose punctual service does not delay their dinner. safety- CITY MEAT MARKET Oeo. W. Garrett, Prop Authorized Ford and Fordson, Dealer Our Garage Is Heated Judd's Garage O R. TD, MANAGE" Nephi, VUttk. .